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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 tur IIEKMD toy, April n. By JEAN6 DIXON ur liome and its Mir- nrliiieil lie iK'iormiii- v.vn 'Any cle- nil ccl tu tlctcrmiurd ran your mill po- tential sii-ciifith who don't usually Iwar ymi nmv lis- ten T.M'Ul'S (April ill-May People you i.i rely have n slrcinp i'nfhiciH'i' nn ymir lurk and iiini nlo Imlay. have more cuorcy. so u'c it (or Hie best CiK.MIM (.May IM-.lunr Pccide early is yuur own hrsl interest and pursue il per- sistently but without fanfare. Distractions must he resisted. UXiVMW AFTER ALL, W REALLY THOlloMT W IdESe FI5HTINS TJ SAVE HIS LIFE ARE YOU Y I'VE HAP THE 60IN6TO TUMBlEWEEDS-By Tom K. dilipent and (Ann- Your chnm'.c of opinion may re- quire revision of detailed plans. Tlie sooner you start Hie belter. N'cw farts must be considered. I.IUIJA (Sept. 'J-l Almost any move intruded to improve future security now promises extra sliort lerm re- sulls if vigorously pursued. SCOIilMO (Ort, 23 Nm. nt: Reini; ready to chance sched- ules or '.vorkinc conditions make possible gains. I'licxpecl- cil travel is one possibility. SAfU'lTARIUS (Nov. 22-llcc. Nothing less than your full attention will do now. Xo just conclusions come unasked Sponge animal Andy .sends n compile 22- vohimc bcl of the World Hook Kncyclcpcclia to Nell ago U, nf Winston Salr-rn, Noilh Carolina, for her ques- tion: is a sponge classifies! as an nniniiil1.' Let's think of bathtubs and inimels inside, it delivers oxy- gen and floating morsels of solid food. Everything he needs is served by the sen, which makes il [lojsib'e for the sponge lo he just ahout the laziest ani- LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. 'slwol absent in some shoi'lenings Dear Dr. l.amh have had a myocardial infarction and the other corn hand, safflower oil oil both have very _ have been particularly inter- amounts of sallll'ated fats eslcrl in Hie problem of cholcs- and larger amounts of poly-un- lerol. 1 am on a low cholesteiol diet. In one of your columns you said that ail shortenings have some chok'slcrol. Since- then f have obtained the list- ings ol the contents of short emngs and some of these do n.'. contain choleslerol. Can you explain this to confusing. latnrated fats. In the interest of restricting the .saturated fats, both bafflower oil and corn oil are useful products. However, like all fats they contain many calorics. The analysis you enclosed for a commercial product shows le. It is very that 2i> per cent of ils fat is tram saturated fat. The amount Dear Reader I doubt very saturated fat in com oil is leafy green trees, frisky fishes ma, h, lllc As a rule, a plant produces its own seeds for the next RCII- eialion. But baby animals need two parents. The slay-at-horne sponge cannot go dating to (hid a mate. But he can solve this problem by producing cells of botli a male and a female par- t. The babies form inside the mid sunny sea.5 because all these things come into the story. A lives his life in the sea atid nfton ends up Dcillilub. The tree belongs in the Plant Kingdom of lovely calm living things. The fish and million or so other living things belong in the busy Ani- mal Kiiu'doni. In his ma Kim-coin. In us v c r v quiet wav, the sponge belongs! V llen lh.f 'here too. When it comes to sorting the plants and animals, you know just where to pin the tiger mul the tiger lily and also the horse and the horsenulish, The plants on this list remain rooted in the j soil and the animals are free to sponges tor roam around. The plants wear roam around. The plants wear greenery and the animals pre- fer other colors. As a rule, we v.aler washes them outside into lliu sea. These baby sponges have liny tails, which they wave lo swim freely through tlic water. No plant bears its children in ttiis way. And no- body would mistake those fris- planls. However, later, they settle down and slay rooted to tLa Feme spot for the rest of their lives. lie looks for all Hie world like a chubby lillle shrub, r o o I o A much that I ever said all -short- ening" have cholesterol, cause they certainly don't. Rut j all shortenings do contain fat. Some contain more saturated Tat than others. A shortening prepared from vegetable sources for example will con- tain no cholesterol since vege- table products are fiee of chol- esterol. The ingestion o[ lots of fat, coconut oil for example, which is mostly n saturated fat, create their own food from air nnd water, A sponge cannot, do firmlv on the floor of the sea. only about 10 per cent and sal- flowc-r oil contains less. I not belong in the Plant King-i Dear Dr. Lamb On a radio j dorn at all. For onle thing, the I program about natural foods a man beirip interviewed about potatoes .said they are the best source, of vitamin C, Can you tell me if this is true? rp.ir Header According to the U.S. department of agricul- ture's handbook on (oods you are Fresh potatoes con- can cause the body to produce j tnin about half the amount of lots of cholesterol, Whether the vitamin C of a similar weight cholesterol conies from being Of fresh commercial oranges. produced by MIR body nr from I After Huec monllis of storage the diet, it can contribute to the increased level of cholester- ol in the blood stream which helps cause atherosclerosis. Most heart specialists think It is wise Lo restrict saturated fats and this is why coconut oil is not recommended for indivi- duals with these problems. On Lhe amount of vitamin C in po- tatoes i.s half its previous level niirl after six months it is only a third. Nevertheless, fresh po- tatoes are a .source of vit- amin C. To get the maximum advantage of vitamin C, bake freshly dug potatoes in their skin and eat the skin, loo. this, so he must lie an animal. lie also can hear animal-type babies, even though he has lo so I've as both parents. How- ever, things get somewhat con- green plants use sunlight to; .a create their own sugary food cau bilby sugary from air and. water. Animals cannol perform this They must feed on foods are ere a ted by plants or by other animals that feed on may stay clinging lo the parent sponge all their lives. Or (hey may break away and start life ia in locations. Actually, his plants, The shrubby looking sponge cannot create his own food from air and water. lie feeds on flon hp, scraps of meal and vegetables. His is somewhat like a dark colored cauliflower, rid- dled with a network of tunnels. Water flows into and out of (he pores in his tough, leathery skin. As it sweeps through the diet and his family life prove that the sponge is an animal, even though lie does sprout buds and looks like a grubby under- water cnuliMower. Questluns UT cnildien of Herald readers .should be mailed lo Ask Anrlj. P.O. Hox r35. ilunlington BeacU, California 92G10. (Copyright Chronicle) I uhiishiiitf Co. 1972) Your Income Tax GOREN ON BRIDGE BV CHARLES II. GOREN ic Nor tb- South vulnerable. West deals: NORTH V KI03 O Q541 A ft i TYEST A 10 D 6 V 7 S J872 J872 EAST A AK Q53 V Q 1 IP 5 K ]05n SOUTH A82 V A 3 8 5 1 2 0 AK9 I A Pass pass Sooth The bidding: West North East Pass Pass Pass 3 Tass Pass Opening lead: Ten of A Soulh's decision to finesse in trumps, while not without merit, was made before all the evide ncc s in and wound up costing him a vul- nerable four heart contract. Had ha mappwl out his cam- paign with greater care, the game could have been sal- vaged even with the mU- gu ess ia hearts, West opened Ita trn r.f spades, PJast played the queen and continued with ito king and South ruffinj the thin! round uith eight of hearts as V.'esl fol- lowed suit. Declarer cashed ace of bcarU on vhich East dropped the queen. A Email faearl was led, West played the seven and-aftrr some thought South in tne ten from dummy, losing lo the jack, East exited vrilh Ihn len C.TAR" k'ODERM M S STAR.'.' IHR_ _ BUT IK EVEM FOWLtiMIMD COULDN'T STAND HIM WHO'S GOING TO GO ARCHIE-By Dob Montana DA.... -x UNCOLN'S ANY DOVAWANT GETTYS... I TH'Z.IP CODE BURG... J fc NUfABER.TOO? VERY SIMPLE, IT'S I UNCOLN DON'T GITT GETTYSBURG TH'HOWE- WORK. AND WRITE r's YOUR. ASSIGNMENT HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browne SHORT Frank O'Neal BUGS BUNNY THIS COMPUTER CHECKS VER) CREPIT REFERENCES IN A MATTER O' SECONDS' If WLSV-Wliyl! W CO. v y SVI.VE5TER, HERE AT "PALSY IVAL5Y LOAN COMPANY' WE TAKE CARE O' OUR CUSTOMERS! VAUPATE HIS PARKIN' TICKET! ;